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Oakland Athletics 6 Seattle Mariners 1

+ Boxscore: Mon, May 25,2009
2009-05-24 - 2009-05-26
  123 456 789  R H E
Seattle Mariners (21-25)010 000 000 182
Oakland Athletics (18-24)130 101 00X 680
Date of Game: Mon, May 25,2009
Stadium: Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum
Attendance: 15,280
Time of Game: 2:48

Feats and Milestones
Adam Kennedy:4 hits
Ichiro Suzuki:4 hits
Kevin Cameron:1st career save
Winning Pitcher: Brett Anderson (2-4)
Losing Pitcher: Chris Jakubauskas (3-5)
Save: Kevin Cameron (1)

Home Runs: Travis Buck (2), Kenji Johjima (3)
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TeamWLPctGBLRFRADiffStrk
TEX2618.591--23321122L1
ANA2519.5681.0214222-8W1
SEA2125.4576.0171211-40L1
OAK1824.4297.0189209-20W2
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